Good day!

We have registered a course in WebLab DA-COPL (Concepts of programming languages TUDarmstadt). We have an issues with the grading. In the assignment 01 there are some exercises, or instance Scala warm-up and it has two sub exercises reverse and flatten. We can grade these in separation and the grade appears, but when it comes to have the result of them in total to the root exercise (Scala warm-up) it does not work, it only appears 0.0, although the grade is 10.0.
This issues is repeated to all the students of the assignment 01. For one of them I am sending the link below to see the problem.

Kind regards
Edlira Kuci

Submitted by Edlira Kuci on 28 April 2014 at 15:05

On 28 April 2014 at 15:54 Elmer van Chastelet commented:

Thanks for reporting.
I have had a quick look but couldn’t find anything suspicious. I’ll look at it in more detail tomorrow. I’ll keep you posted in this issue.

On 28 April 2014 at 16:38 Edlira Kuci commented:

Okay, thank you very much Sir! At the bottom of the page is the grading for every root exercise we have to click at the label 1.0/2.0 in order to page to be reloaded and to get the result from both exercises , otherwise it is not done automatically.
For marcocasili and johannes vinzens jürgen schickel it does not work at all the resulting grade is 0.0
Maybe this is not an issues and we are doing something wrong?!
But please if u find something please let me know!

Thank you another time!

On 28 April 2014 at 20:47 Eelco Visser commented:

Elmer: I think the issue has to with graded assignments. Filling in the grade list and submitting the grade does not trigger (re-)computation of the grade of the parent assignment.

On 30 April 2014 at 15:14 Elmer van Chastelet commented:

It’s a feature ;)
The problem is that these submissions graded 0.0 are submitted after the deadline set on a parent assignment collection:

In the edit form of this assignment collection, you see the deadline being 24 April.
You can shift this date and wait for the statistics to be recalculated, or force regrading yourself.

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